Watercolour: Small Worlds
With Nicolette Benjamin Black
11 May – 15 June 2022
$350 per person
Includes all materials. Please bring a drink and something for lunch and wear closed shoes.
The glimpses of scenery we spot while driving stay in our minds for a long time, years sometimes! Taking inspiration from the surrounding landscape of Lake Ginninderra, this course will take you through watercolour techniques and compositions that embrace the idea of the glimpse.
The class will ask how do you make a small selection for a painting when confronted with our large environment? And how do you keep it interesting? Suitable for beginners and more experienced painters, fall in love with watercolour landscape painting with Nicolette Benjamin Black.
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Clouds above the lake
Waters edge of the lake
Reflections on the waves
Waves on the lake, how a wave forms
Birdlife on the edges
About Nicolette Benjamin Black
Nicolette Benjamin Black is a mixed media artist/recycler/cloth and clothes maker/educator whose art practice bridges sculpture, textiles, painting and drawing, using recycled objects, exploring memory and place, and women’s place in the home.
Black trained at the Australian National University and has a BA in Visual Arts. Nicolette also has a Grad. Dip in Family History from the University of Tasmania.
Black has taught in many institutions including Belconnen Arts Centre, Goulburn Regional Gallery, and as a guest tutor in the papermaking department at the Australian National University.
Black was a finalist in Through the Looking Glass (Melbourne), Off the Wall (Sydney), Country Energy Art Prize for Landscape Painting (Dubbo and Sydney), Cowra Festival Art Awards, Fleurieu Peninsula Beinnale, Country Energy Art Prize and Craft-in-Site (Craft ACT).
Black has exhibited nationally, as well as in New York and Italy.
Please contact Belco Arts via email, or phone (02) 6173 3300.
We are committed to your safety. Workshops at Belco Arts are well ventilated and have a maximum capacity of 13 people, including the tutor. Individual workspaces are socially distanced, with masks and hand sanitiser readily available. We encourage workshop participants to be fully vaccinated, including booster vaccinations where possible, and highly recommend the use of masks when in workshops (even if not required by ACT health directives). If you have any concerns, please get in touch with us.